Mechi Shakur at Hoy Polloy, Mailinh Hồ and Chanya Ruby (Pim) at the Harrison Center for Arts
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The exhibit, “Fag Family,” forms a complicated study of what it means to be queer in Indiana.
Connecting with Black lives drives his art.
Some notes on the exhibition.
On Friday, because I was at the IUPUI campus doing some business, I checked out the vandalized Black Lives Matter mural painted on the asphalt of Indiana Ave. adjacent to the campus, while thinking about the vandalism happening now on a national scale.
In the early evening of June 8, rough sketches and broad brushstrokes began to transform into the faces of three women on the boarded-up façade of the Old City Hall Building at 202 N. Alabama Street.
Catalyst frames a portrait of collective humanity for each of us to find our likenesses, rendered within a profile of the human condition.